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Oct 16, 2011 6:30pm EDT
because of the man towering over us. >>> thousands gathered in washington, d.c. to celebrate the dream of dr. martin luther king. >>> the search continues tonight for a woman after her mom was found dead on wednesday. >>> modern day malicia. why some americans are take protection into their own hands. >>> first, tonight, the reverend dr. martin luther king had the official opening top king memorial on the national mall. >> reporter: a large crowd dedicated a national memorial in washington like no other. it is the first to honor a man of justice, peace and color. >> i know we will overcome. i know there are better days ahead. i know this because of the man towering over us. >> reporter: president obama, the nation's first black president connected his own legacy to that of dr. king. he placed sign copies of his speeches into a time capsule at the memorial. a civil rights icon noted how his friend changed the world. >> 48 years ago we have signs that said white men, colored men, white women, colored women. those signs are gone. they will not return. >> reporter: dr. king's towering 30-f
Oct 23, 2011 6:30pm EDT
's edge is here. thank you for joining us. cheryl, lovely name. hanna, dee, lori. >> tell us what it means for you to be here tonight to support breast cancer research. >> it's exciting for us, to be a part of something that has a good cause, that makes it that much more. we're excited to be here. >> do you have any personal connection to breast cancer in particular? >> yes, ma'am, i got engaged last month and my fiance's mom is ten years in remission. that was a big deal in his family and i have seen the future of what that looks like and we're praying it keeps staying in remission and many more. >> taking the stage tonight, you'll think about her and other survivors. >> of course. yes. and we just went up and said hi to the wonderful folks and they're sharing their stories with us, it's heart breaking and so uplifting at the same time. they're so strong. >> share with us, you were in the vip area a bit ago, who were some of the people you met? what are some of the stories that come to mind? >> we heard a story about a young lady who is 27. she was just diagnosed with stage 3 cancer. it's
Oct 2, 2011 6:30pm EDT
. >> reporter: make a final rebuttal before the execute u.s. government lease no. dtfanm-09-l-00103 between the federal aviation administration and the county of sacramento at sacramento international airport (airports) judges. >> it's deeply stressful. itself has been. >> reporter: for years now, they were convicted in 2009 of brutally murdering her roommate. her body was found slashed lying in a pool of blood, the alleged kitchen knife had amanda's dna evidence on the handle, the key piece of evidence linking amanda to the crime. the dna collection was shoddy and dna traces so small it couldn't be retested. they called her a sex-loving she devil and want her 26-year sentence increased to life. her lawyers say she's victim and already spent more than a thousand days this jail for a crime she didn't commit. after four years behind bars, that wait is almost over. she'll have one final chance to fight for her freedom in court on monday. >>> it was a good day out there to catch up on weeding. once again, we had lots of cloud cover and that drizzle, that pesky rain. still dealing with a little
Oct 30, 2011 6:30pm EDT
at satellite and radar. that system well up to the north of us. we'll be in for high pressure as we go through the next several days. maryland is dry right now. mainly clear skies temperatures will cool down. we'll go b we'll be in the 40s with a few clouds. sunshine is coming up. >>> in other news tonight the drug enforcement agency said it had so much success another vaccine has been planned. we have more from belair where hundreds of pounds of old drugs were turned in. >> reporter: tossing old medication takes more effort than opening the trash, if you do it the right way. dea hosted third national take back day collecting all pills and bottles. in belair she knows parents and intended drug dealers. >> it is difficult with children. >> reporter: maryland had 92 sites. in the spring dea collected 5,000 pounds. they are hoping old medication doesn't end up in the water waste. >> they realized so many people dump medication in the sewer systems and it has an effect on our wild life. >> reporter: boxes of medication are sealed and weighed. next week they'll be burned in a local facility. dea sa
Oct 9, 2011 6:30pm EDT
city, the protesters are using the catch phrase they say explains who they are. >> we are the 99%. >> reporter: they call themselves the 99%. everyone who is not super rich. the republican house leader called them something else. >> i for one am increasingly concerned about the growing mobs occupying wall street and the other cities across the country. >> reporter: the house minority leader shot back. >> reporter: i didn't hear him say anything when the tea party was out in the capital. >> the protesters continue to voice their demands, shaping their message. >> fight corporate greed and not look at it with anger. >> stay involved in people's health. >> i'm representing all 1600 of us. >> marching because my union hall is shut down. >> reporter: is this the left wing response to the tea party? they're already taking sides. >> some in this town have actually condoned the pitting of americans against americans. >> reporter: the minority house leader says it's not about class warfare. >> it's about fairness. >> now closer to home today marked day 6 for the occupy wall street protest
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